Definition - What does Certified Wireless Networking Professional (CWNP) mean?
A Certified Wireless Networking Professional (CWNP) is a series of vendor-neutral certifications offered for individuals working on wireless networking processes and technologies.
It is a program aimed at training, evaluating, testing and certifying an individual’s ability in multiple wireless networking job roles and domains.
Techopedia explains Certified Wireless Networking Professional (CWNP)
CWNP is an entry-to-expert-level certification program for individuals considering a career in wireless networking. The program is divided into four certification levels:
Entry Level: Includes only one certification, Certified Wireless Technology Specialist (CWTS).
Administrator Level: For wireless networking administrators, this includes one certification, Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA).
Professional Level: Designed for professionals in three different domains of wireless networking and includes three certifications: Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP), Certified Wireless Design Professional (CWDP) and Certified Wireless Analysis Professional (CWAP).
Expert Level: The most prestigious level, it is for wireless networking masters/gurus. It includes one certification, Certified Wireless Networking Expert (CWNE).
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